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Five Turks among nominees for world’s Most Beautiful Faces of 2018

Independent critics have announced their nominees for this year’s top 100 Most Beautiful Faces. The nominations include five stunning actors and models from Turkey. Turkish nominees in the women’s Most Beautiful Faces category are Afra Saraçoğlu, Elçin Sangu, and Hande Erçel, while Barış Arduç and Çağatay Ulusoy are included in the men’s list of Most […]

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Young Enfield councillor Tolga Aramaz critically injured in Ibiza

A young British Turkish councillor was seriously injured after plummeting from a second-floor apartment block in Ibiza. Tolga Aramaz, 23, the representative for Edmonton Green, was admitted into hospital in the early hours of Friday morning. He remains in intensive care, although friends and family present at his bedside say his condition is stable. The […]

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Popstar Tarkan becomes a father, introduces world to baby Liya

  Turkey’s megastar Tarkan proudly announced the arrival of his first child on social media last night. Posting a picture of his new baby daughter, the international pop star wrote “Our daughter ‘Liya’ has arrived in the world JLike the sun, she was born into our lives. It is impossible to say with words, we […]

Community
Free South London transport for those attending TRNC Deputy Prime Minister Kudret Özersay’s Wood Green talk

  On Thursday 19 July, the TRNC Deputy Prime Minister Kudret Özersay will be giving a talk to the community about his Project for Overseas Turkish Cypriots (Yurtdışı Kıbrıslı Türkler Projesi). It follows the politician’s announcement in March of this year to make investing and resettling in North Cyprus easier for the Turkish Cypriot diaspora. […]

HP Features
Neo-Nazi gets life for racist murders of eight German Turks

Beate Zschäpe has been found guilty of ten racially-motivated murders by a German court. A five-year trial determined that she was a member of a neo-Nazi gang behind the murder of eight Turks, one Greek, and a German policewoman between 2000 and 2007. The Munich state court’s verdict, given on Wednesday 11 July, carries an […]